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We might cab into the town here and try and buy some more data minutes on our Verizon phone apparently they won't add them over the phone or Internet because we have a Canadian AMEx so we are at the mercy of the old slow marina Internet.
We decided to get an early start for Newport they have a Verizon store so we will deal with the cards on Saturday.
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... be a good investment. But it put me overweight.
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... not any more. I've learned to be more relaxed and to go with the flow. Things always manage to pull together. This should be an eyeopening and humbling experience for everyone involved.
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